An information security specialist with a strong legal background, Tim is presently responsible for developing and delivering high impact Information Security courses and cyber exercises tailored for his clients.
As President, and CEO, of White Wolf Security Tim leads the company in its development of advanced cyber exercises. These exercises consist of real-time computer network attack and defend scenarios. In 2008, White Wolf Security was the first to integrate VoIP and SCADA into its exercises.
Tim has presented material at a variety of international conferences including: RSA 2002, 2003, and 2005, InfowarCon, the American Bar Association's Annual Conference, NW3C Economic Crime Summit, the FBI National Academy at Quantico, Air Force's Information Warfare Conference and several Electronic Crime Task Forces. Tim has also been a guest lecturer at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the Army War College Center for Strategic Leadership, and the Villanova University School of Law. Tim has been an Associate Research Professor at the George Washington University where he taught Information Warfare and Computer Security courses as well as being an Adjunct for Georgetown University's Security Studies Program.
Tim and White Wolf Security's futures research includes presenting material and exercises to the Proteus Management Group(US), Proteus Canada, the Navy's Strategic Studies Group and the Cyber Conflict Studies Association.
Dwight is the Chief Information Warfare Researcher at White Wolf Security. Dwight’s research into current and emerging information security threats is an integral part of the organization’s product and service offerings. Over the years, Dwight has designed and built multiple cyber exercise infrastructures, coded several versions of our proprietary scoring engine and actively maintains our attack code repository.
As Chief Researcher, Dwight has also taught numerous classes to the United States Secret Service, the US Army and US Navy. In 2007, and 2008, his research was an integral part of White Wolf Security’s futures work with the US Army's Proteus Management Group and the US Navy’s Strategic Studies Group.
Dwight’s cyber exercise experience has spanned a variety of roles. In 2006 he was a member of Millersville University’s National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC) team. Dwight has also participated as Red Cell at the International Cyber Defence Workshop, a multi-national military cyber exercise. In 2008 he was the chief architect for the Mid-Atlantic CCDC; designing and implementing an exercise network to support four defending teams, one attacking team and a team for exercise control.
As an international speaker he has spoken on the topics of current and future network risks. Dwight also maintains the company’s blog.
Seth is the Chief Security Officer at White Wolf Security as well as the Vice President of Dallas-based Airscanner Corporation where he oversees the research & development of security products for mobile platforms. Seth has co-authored several books, such as Maximum Wireless Security, Aggressive Network Self Defense, Security Warrior, Mobile Malware, and even contributed to PSP Hacks.
Seth also writes articles for various online resources, including Pearson Education's InformIT.com where he is acting co-host for their security section. In addition, and as time permits, Seth provides training on wireless and web application security and speaks at IT and security related conferences and seminars, such as Blackhat, Defcon and RSA.